Community Incensed After Alleged Police Brutality Incident
A possible case of police brutality is under investigation in Jackson County because of this man's injuries in the aftermath of a traffic stop. “In my opinion, if (the officers) are given a paid leave, that's a reward for what they did to (Edmonds),” ...
Residents Claim Police Brutality After Man InjuredWLKY Louisville
Community says elderly man was victim of police brutalityWAVE
Angry residents grill mayor, police chief over alleged police brutalityFox 59
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Archive for November, 2011
Occupy Oakland protesters tell judge that city violated its crowd control policy – San Jose Mercury NewsWednesday, November 30th, 2011
Occupy Oakland protesters tell judge that city violated its crowd control policy
San Jose Mercury News
SAN FRANCISCO -- Excessive police force violated the First Amendment rights of Occupy Oakland protesters by creating a "chilling effect" for potential participants, the American Civil Liberties Union argued Wednesday before a federal judge in San ...
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Angry residents grill mayor, police chief over alleged police brutality
The mayor of Seymour and the chief of police were grilled by dozens of angry residents Wednesday evening, after an elderly man said he was severely beaten at the hands of officers. By Aishah Hasnie The mayor of Seymour and the chief of police were ...
Some Allege Police Brutality In Man's ArrestWRTV Indianapolis
Seymour Police Accused of BatteryNewsTalk 1010 WCSI
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UC Davis: Nonviolent student protest is met with extreme violence
Following the Occupy movement these past few weeks, I have seen several disturbing images and videos depicting seemingly-unwarranted police brutality against protestors. I saw young women in Manhattan pepper sprayed full in the face while complying ...
Editorial: Protestors did not warrant pepper sprayMSU The Trail Blazer Online
EDITORIAL >>Student solidarity wins moral victoryThe Orion
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Johnson acquitted of gun charge; family claims harassment by police
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - An Indianapolis teenager whose allegations of police brutality garnered national attention has been found not guilty on gun charges. Brandon Johnson accused police of excessive force two years ago after he was badly injured during ...
Teen in police-brutality case found not guilty of misdemeanorIndianapolis Star
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McFarland officer accused of excessive force is fired
Eyewitness News recently investigated McFarland police for hiring officers who were fired from other departments and had been accused of crimes. Jue was not one of the officers investigated by Eyewitness News. McFarland officer accused of excessive ...
Columbia police chief faces calls for ouster
Belleville News Democrat
His firing of officer Rob Sanders in September over an incident with an inmate in a police holding cell that Burton says was excessive force has led supporters of Sanders to collect petition signatures in hopes of getting him reinstated and the chief ...
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Teen in police-brutality case found not guilty of misdemeanor
An Indianapolis teen who was at the center of a police-brutality investigation last year was found not guilty Wednesday in Marion County Juvenile Court of misdemeanor dangerous possession of a firearm. Brandon Johnson, 17, was charged in March, ...
Johnson acquitted of gun charge; family claims harassment by policeWISH
Brandon Johnson Acquitted On Gun ChargeWRTV Indianapolis
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Soon we’ll be living high and wide:
Patrick Sullivan was the kind of lawman Coloradoans loved: a straight-shooting, Republican sheriff who once crashed a Jeep through a fence to rescue two deputies from a deranged gun-toting man and pleaded with legislators to keep assault weapons off the street lest any more citizens get shot.
On Tuesday afternoon, though, investigators from the same sheriff’s department he oversaw for nearly two decades found themselves monitoring a home near Denver that Mr. Sullivan was seen entering.
Soon after, the police arrested Mr. Sullivan, now 68 and long retired from the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, on charges that he had been trying to exchange methamphetamines for sex with a man. He was booked that night at a local county jail that proudly bears his name.
What is it with meth and closeted gay right-wingers? Didn’t that one priest from a mega-church (I can’t remember his name, but he is blonde and also from Colorado) also have meth issues?
Police brutality and harsh tactics at OWS
Police presence and aggression has been overwhelming at non-violent protests. “Since the Patriot Act was passed, they've used instances of violence to revoke liberties,” said Occupy Wall Street activist Jesse La Greca. Some of those who've been part of ...
Reasons behind violent crackdown on OWSPress TV
Can There Be Solidarity Between Movement Activists and Police Officers?truthout
Occupy brings violent protestersWestern Herald
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